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Self Adhesive Products

Release Liners for Pressure Sensitive Adhesives

Self adhesive products are used in variety of applications from pressure sensitive tapes to self adhesive medical devices to roofing and insulation products for building and construction. Fox River Associates works closely with our clients to provide release liners that are engineered to work.

We offer a full line of film release liners and paper release liners for many self adhesive and pressure sensitive applications. We serve all the major market applications. a reliable and readily available release liner for nearly any application. Our release liners for self adhesive products can be configured specifically to a product or standardized for many industries such as:

There are many variables involved in the proper design of a release liner for self adhesive applications including substrate strength, processing temperature, transportation and storage conditions, die-cutting or slitting requirements, and end-use environmental conditions. Fox River Associates works with customers to ensure all requirements are defined and understood so that we deliver the most appropriate product to serve the application needs.

To serve the market’s needs, we offer a broad line of film release liners including PET, PP, LDPE, HDPE, BOPP, Silicone Coated and Non-Silicone Coated Embossed Film, and Specialty Coextruded films. Our paper release liner offering includes Glassine, SCK, PCK, CCK and Specialty Paper substrates.

Release liners from Fox River Associates are available with a variety of release coatings. Liners can be silicone coated one-side, two-side, two-side with differential coatings and some substrates are available with specialty coatings or no coatings at all.

For more information about Fox River Associates and how we can provide the right release liner for your self adhesive application, contact Fox River Associates today!

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